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The Family Weekly: How Facebook Created a New Type of Relationship

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On the 15th anniversary of Facebook, the senior editor Julie Beck writes that . Much like the substance that keeps Voldemort barely alive in a semi-lifelike state, Facebook allows relationships with old classmates and distant relatives to drag on well beyond their natural life span.

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